Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The man behind Echo Park’s glass-bottle Virgin of Guadalupe; former Lincoln Heights steam plant turned into climbing gym

Highland Park | Veroomac/Instagram

Highland Park | Veroomac/Instagram

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  • An Echo Park mans explains what inspired him to use colored glass bottles to build the 50-foot-wide Phantasma Gloria, which features the image of the Virgen de Guadalupe, in the front yard of his home. Angelus
  • Stronghold Climbing Gym, where climbing walls rise 45 feet inside a former Lincoln Heights steam power plant, is part of a new generation of indoor climbing gyms. L.A. Times

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